British Whig (Kingston, ON), 22 Nov 1878
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p.3 A Big Haul - of white fish by Mr. Cronk, a fisherman located near Telegraph Island, Bay of Quinte.
W.W. - Speedwell got off and placed in drydock at Oswego.
Nov. 23, 1878
p.2 An Important Sale By Public Auction - Atlantic Foundry - estate of J. Brokenshire, Insolvent. Nov. 17th.
p.3 The Season's Returns - article in Detroit Free Press shows that vessels and tugs made little money this year.
Highly Indignant - Capt. Alva Rose, of South Bay, master of schr. Olive - about Dulmage affair.
W.W. - while captain of steam barge Adventure was on trial at Napanee for petty trespass, someone undid lines of barge and let it float away.
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes